South West residents are being urged to prepare for flooding and dangerous winds in parts of the region as wet weather continues.
52 regional libraries have collected funding from the National Backyard Cricket program with both Australind and Harvey getting their fair share.
Hosted by Harvey Sporting Clays, a two-day tournament saw 60 clay shooters try their luck at the 150 targets, hoping to win more than $2500 worth of prizes.
The South West has copped the brunt of a “twice a year” weather system that saw the region lashed with wild conditions of heavy rain and wind gusts up to 135km/h.
A major survey of resource industry companies has found the Peel and South West economies benefited from almost $3 billion from the sectors, a finding welcomed by the Peel Chamber of Commerce.
More than 100 people put on their thinking caps for the Yarloop Community Resource Centre quiz night last month.
The high-sugar, easy-peel, seedless varietal will hit supermarket shelves across WA this week.
Unfortunately, herd immunity can’t protect us from stupidity.
Police hold grave fears for 34-year-old Ajit Khan, who is understood to not be a strong swimmer.
Bunbury’s Connor Blakely made yet another appearance as an injury substitute, replacing Fremantle captain Nat Fyfe at half-time in their loss to Sydney on Sunday.
In a heated match at Payne Park on Sunday the Bulldogs have surged back to the top of the ladder after a massive win over the Bulls
Prominent Perth businessman John Poynton has revealed details of a pact he signed with James Packer after the billionaire stepped away from his gambling empire.
In the midst of an epic Olympic gold rush in Tokyo on Wednesday, flame-haired Annabelle McIntyre became the first WA rower to win an Olympic gold medal.
The toughest category to judge due to the number of exceptional drops, particularly in the shiraz and pinot noir varieties.
Liam Rogers, 8, was rushed to hospital after stepping on a smouldering fire which had been covered in sand instead of extinguished with water
Collie’s new medicinal cannabis facility turns its first sod to celebrate the start of the projected 12-month construction period.
Fourteen people have been charged as part of a police crackdown on the transportation of illegal drugs and firearms into the East Kimberley.
A man in his 30s who was attacked by a lemon shark while on a fishing charter off a remote Pilbara island is in a stable condition in Royal Perth Hospital.
A Margaret River man has been barred from making any contact with the children that were in his care, after being jailed for engaging in sexual conduct with them.
Kimberley Mineral Sands chief executive Stuart Pether revealed the miner had signed a coexistence agreement to share benefits of the Thunderbird mine with traditional owners
Another strong cold front tore through southern WA overnight, felling trees, tearing off roofs and cutting power to more than 1500 homes.
Seven people have incredibly walked away from a car crash in the Wheatbelt last night.
State government inspectors have quizzed Crown Perth about whether they are up to date with their tax — in the wake of Crown Melbourne potentially having stiffed the Victorian government out of $200m
A company that hired a FIFO worker just months after he allegedly raped a woman in her donga at a BHP mine site have confirmed the high-voltage electrician has been dismissed.
With only one in five Indigenous Australians receiving a first COVID jab, experts have blamed fear and ‘misinformation’ for the reluctance.
WA’s Road Safety Commissioner, Adrian Warner, has been accused of a ‘road rage’ outburst towards another motorist in a Perth carpark.
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